Anaheim, along with neighboring water agencies, has prepared for this year’s statewide dry conditions through sound water management and planning as well as major sustainability investments in projects like the Groundwater Replenishment Project, which allows the region to recycle as a drought-proof supply.
To remain resilient, we must continue to plan for future drought-related impacts by modernizing water systems and investing in innovative and sustainable projects. Anaheim Public Utilities recognizes we are part of one State with interconnected water supplies and we must be part of the solution for the current statewide dry conditions. We must minimize wasteful water use, including:
Washing driveways and sidewalks with water
Using water that runs into the street or gutter
Use of a hose without a shutoff nozzle
Irrigation within 48-hours of a rain event
Refilling water fountains with potable water
Irrigation of landscapes is permitted three days a week, see the below schedule for your allowed watering days.
Be Water Smart Gardening Workshops
Sign up for our FREE Sustainable Landscaping workshops at various locations throughout the city. Learn more about drought tolerant water-saving, landscapes that can help conserve water and energy while reducing maintenance.
Online Landscaping Workshop Series
Anaheim Public Utilities is pleased to announce a series of online virtual Landscaping Workshops, hosted in partnership with the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and presented by the Green Gardens Group, a leader in sustainable landscaping. Online Workshops will provide an overview of California Friendly and native landscape training, along with elements of turf removal and garden transformation. Please visit the Green Gardens Group web page using the below link to view workshop dates and times.